menandtheirdogs:

Canine Assisted Therapy, Inc.

The power of puppy snuggles <3 Always works for me!

menandtheirdogs:

The power of puppy snuggles <3 Always works for me!

polley-want-a-cracker:

The punny side of tumblr in a nutshell.

Perfection.

polley-want-a-cracker:

The punny side of tumblr in a nutshell.

Perfection.

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Yes. Every time yes.

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tastefullyoffensive:

Panorama Photos Gone Wrong [via]

Previously: Animal Photobombs

So this is where horror game enemies come from…

NEED. NOW.

NEED. NOW.

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tastefullyoffensive:

[emmroy]

PUNS PUNS PUNS

tastefullyoffensive:

[emmroy]

PUNS PUNS PUNS

allcreatures:


This female octopus spent four and one-half years brooding her eggs on a ledge near the bottom of Monterey Canyon, about 1,400 meters (4,600 feet) below the ocean surface. This photograph was taken in Fall 2007, about seven months after she laid her eggs. (click link at end for full story)



This photograph, taken in October 2011, shows the empty egg cases of an octopus that brooded her eggs for four and one half years in Monterey Canyon. Because the young octopus in these eggs had so long to develop, they were able to swim and hunt soon after hatching, which increased their odds of survival. Photo: Courtesy Monterey Bay Aquarium



This photograph shows the same female octopus as in the previous photos as she appeared in September 2011, just before her eggs hatched. Photo: Courtesy Monterey Bay Aquariam

Photos: Courtesy Monterey Bay Aquariam R (via Octopus mom’s incredible record: 53 months with eggs in Monterey Bay - SFGate)

And humans think they are dedicated with their 9-month gestation&#8230;

allcreatures:

This female octopus spent four and one-half years brooding her eggs on a ledge near the bottom of Monterey Canyon, about 1,400 meters (4,600 feet) below the ocean surface. This photograph was taken in Fall 2007, about seven months after she laid her eggs. (click link at end for full story)

This photograph, taken in October 2011, shows the empty egg cases of an octopus that brooded her eggs for four and one half years in Monterey Canyon.

This photograph, taken in October 2011, shows the empty egg cases of an octopus that brooded her eggs for four and one half years in Monterey Canyon. Because the young octopus in these eggs had so long to develop, they were able to swim and hunt soon after hatching, which increased their odds of survival. Photo: Courtesy Monterey Bay Aquarium

This photograph shows the same female octopus as in the previous photos as she appeared in September 2011, just before her eggs hatched. Photo: Courtesy Monterey Bay Aquariam

This photograph shows the same female octopus as in the previous photos as she appeared in September 2011, just before her eggs hatched. Photo: Courtesy Monterey Bay Aquariam

Photos: Courtesy Monterey Bay Aquariam R (via Octopus mom’s incredible record: 53 months with eggs in Monterey Bay - SFGate)

And humans think they are dedicated with their 9-month gestation…

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If every plant I tried to grow didn’t immediately die of fright from seeing the dried up corpses of every OTHER plant I have tried to grow, I would totally try these.